by jenne 07 Sep 2020

I am making some light weight fall sleeping gowns, but my serger does not like sewing this thin knit so i used some scraps left from my wash-a-way stabilizer, cut it in long strips and serge it along the edges, work great, then just rinsed it out.

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by pennyhal2 16 Sep 2020

I learned to do the same thing, but I use the wash-a-way that is sticky on one side. That way it stays in place and I don't have to fool around with getting everything lined up to go in the serger.

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jenne by jenne 19 Sep 2020

yes , I bet that helps.

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by jenne 08 Sep 2020

You can use the same idea on your regular sewing machine also, when the fabric is to thin or skips stitches on a knit.

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by marianb 08 Sep 2020

Defiantly one to remember

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by crafter2243 Moderator 07 Sep 2020

Smart idea. Hopefully I will remember when I have the same issue. Thanks for sharing.

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by pennifold 07 Sep 2020

Great idea Jenne, thanks for the hint. Love Chris

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by graceandham 07 Sep 2020

One smart cookie (lady).

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by 02kar Moderator 07 Sep 2020

I love learning something new. Great tip for us all.

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by toogie 07 Sep 2020

A good tip to know. Thanks for sharing.

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by asterixsew Moderator 07 Sep 2020

Thanks for the idea and one to remember

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